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. - irrAiTE'S PritMwicar w rK W Ml W WAit - D - . 21.422. ill ao. doufc. - V . n,l. nl at Wilte 13th day's drawing. - - 4380, 5500 15,877,114,396, 21431, 100; 3994. Sold at Wait!. , 1ST Medical Science Lottery, 11th day' 1279rl,WlofdI - ; 8524, 593, 1295, each 50 dl. ' 12th drawing. . jO,2l9,1000dU;21,422,20(f;23,890,50 dl. Bold at Allen. The lottery drawl five day each week, 600 number a dsy. , . . Ticket! ana tharei forale at Truly Lucky Office, No. 122 Broadway. 'jan2f , , - TpLLlb & FLECKNER, 20 ulton - tUeet. of - iAneicellentMortnient of tbe very best ENGLISH LfcTHERoasistine of Cordovan, long and short calf leg Weaned Calf Skina Grained Seal do BortTops, Crop Sole and Crop Range Sou andfilurertofTanouicolori Runia Yellow Candle Tallow in bbds. Madeira VVine, in pipe and hhd. of a wipe - RussTaSaB 'Suck and Sheeting . Cotton, Cotton and Silk, and Silk Hosiery Black and White Silk Lace Fancy and fig'd Mecklin Lace Black and white Lace Shawl Veils and Mantilla! ......... . .... Moffatt' Schenectady Ale, in bbls. and hhd. jan!6.w FRESH FRUIT, Ac fl REEN Grape Turkey Figs Prusns Currants Spanish Chesnuts Bourbon & Java Coffee Wax Candles Sperm do Water strained Oil, of 1st quality Madeira Citron Spices Cayenne Pepper Irish Whiskey VJi naisias Almondt Filbert Olivet Capers Anchovies Dutch Herring Curry Powder Ixodon Pickles and Sauces Brown Stout Ittirloti Ale Old Peach Brandy lu m c.h mitwuj i V .;. c n V f - cinrtmpnt nf WIKLa. 1.1 Lime Juice QUORS, and other G ROCERIES. Also, Mor ri' Patent Block Tin Cocks, lor sale by WILLIAM BRUCE, 139 Broadwav, near City Hotel. Jan 19 P4tClt JOSEPH OSBORN, S8 Soutb - st.eet, offers for tale the entire cargo of the ship Perseverance, Biker, master, from Batavia. viz : . 450,000 lb. very handsome Coffee 14,000 lbs Sugar 400 Oi Hides 2 bagsCubub IN STORE. 120 bales Calcutta Piece Goods, via : Beer - booni Uurrabs, bahanagore, bagery and Calcutta checks, red, blue and white Madrass pattern ilia hdkfs. sooty romals, flag and bandanoe hkfs. sannas, cottas, sawn, bafta, jalalpore and blue mamoodies, tic. Ac. Castor oil, senna leaf, assofcedita, Gum benjamin, copal, trajacanth, salamo - niac, tic. Ice. 50 bags mustard seed , 40 kegs pickled salmon 35 kegs ground ginger 50 chests hyson and singlo tea 26 ban Calcutta sugars 300 boxes No. 1 ft 2 Chocolate 100 bolts Russia Duck 60 ton Russia iron 500 Russia Seal Skins 1 case cross bar'd Canton Hdkfs. 1 case black Canton crapes 3 rases colored do 200 piece blue Nankins 6000 pieces lone yellow do 3000 Calcutta goat skins UOOO Madras do &c ate Jan 8 TM)R SALE, the cart - oof tbe shiD Cririe. can J? tain HumDhrevs, from Calcutta, and now landing at the loot of Liberty - street, consisting of ,ai inuia sugar Cotton Ginger i Block Tin Gum Shellack Gum Cnpal Goat Skins of a large size Seine Twine and Gunnv Baca Also for tale, India Muslins of almost every description. Abo, a small qnantity of Rattans and Odor ol Rose. For sale 1 y : m Dnnrnm wnv jbu i nvor.n i . r..i ua TjUJVl. WObbl. 1st pf. New l!um - - f r nl Xt, by JACKSON A WOO I. LET. jiin 7 . 75 Wall - .Mtwt T.M.AXSFP.n. ri.oi'R. i, sni - .. ri.. 1 seed, landing from schooner Naacv, from uauiiDore, lor sate oy O. BETHUNE li CO. 92 C. H. slip Also landing. 159 bis sopf. Flour, principally Gallego's b'd 3 oalts Seme Twine Ju 1I TVTICARAGIM WOOD k LIG .N U vl V ITiE J - i la toils Nicaragua Wood of very good quwiliy 10 do Ligoumvitss For sale by TUCKER ti LAURIES, J ' 19 South - street. limn FOUR hundred Hides landing this day from Perseverance, and will he sold low from the wiian. apply lO JUSbt - H OSbOK, Jan 9 m Rni, riLOL R k. TOU ACCO 1 i9 bbls. superfine X Flour, principally Gallego's brand, and 53 hlida Tobacco, of a fine fine quality, suitable for the Irish market just received per swiuoncrs nero, ana sally Ann, Irom Rich uuiiu, nir sue oy jn 15 D1VIE BETHUNE L CO. BR A!ND 40 piies Grays Brandy, 1st and 4th Droof. for aula bv Jan 20 JAK,Javx a WOOLLET, o vaii - tit GLRut W. TALBOT, No. 65 Pine - street, has for is. e. 18 hhds. SL r.mir Snn. 10 bag superior CalcuUa do 0 wbol, Tea, very wperior 60 chests Souchong Tea, Nancy's cargo f? do lonogHyson do do do Z4 OO do in i4n rh.'. en "i ' . do do do Nafrhfft'm entitled to drawback cargo, 12 do Olt An. l .h.k:4 17 . rJ " me uun c.rtampj.nne, d entiUed to ... . ofwoacK 60 do old (. .Mile Soap 16 casks G.twi Coppr - ras 2 bales Wi.ipor 0rpeti 'rae Longy( and SUterwrs , i j 5T bastard Seed 'IIS WIIU g.,ri t . S e Ti .. . . ivvy t r.. - v liMk it. - - 1 1 oiti, Hai,te or 2'00l) " ts Wool or Ca - bale, Turkey Carpet Rugs, and Parrel of w,5 FJ bylr0ni Chr Ve,,' fnm Smyrna. tAMBRELEXG tPEARSO: - L 67 mtl mti l - OBACCO - 58 .hhds. of Ctli. . " V wMins; irom snoooers liero and - . irom rurhnjfw.i, f r t ,le hy J,fi D. - BETHUNE fc CO. JJ t.1.1'1 UM. 24 Midi Bofton R.,. for isle k. G.G.&S. HO V LA Ml). 77 Washiagtoa - tret. fur Freiehi or Char Ur, - ' The shin PERSEVERANCE, bar - then 260 tons, in complete readiness to receive a cargo ; lies east tide Ulu - sup. . ll - OU, iif The brig MUSCONGUS, capt Dock "3vPnilnfir. burthen 152 tons, well calculat ed for carrying lumber and slock ; lies at Bur ling - flip. Apply to BARKER & HOPKINS, No. 84 South - street. IVho have for tale, 20 tons clean St Petersburg hemp 10,000 Calcutta Goat Skins, large size Calcutta Duck 2 bales Russia Calfskins. 2500 gallons pure winter strained Sperm, oil 800 gallons rack'd wliale oil 170 boxes Ant quality Spermaceti candles An invoice of elegant French hall stoves 20 tens pig iron Jan 21 101 t'OH. PHIL i DELPHI At ITa.iK f v mi - Ur TRTTR 1MPR. liatlCAN, Jno. Kelly, master ; having the greater part other cargo engaged and going on board, will sail on Sunday, wind and weather permitting. For freight, apply to the roaster on board, lying east side Uld - slip, abrest South - street, or at the Union Line packet office, 34 Old - slip, jan 21 3t LTIOMMEDIEU k BROWN. f or LOJVDUjYUt.HR Y. The fine fast sailing thip FOSTER, N. Moran, master, baviog 7 - 8tbs of her cargo ready to go on board, will be despatched without delay. For freight of 100 to 200 tierces seed, or passage, apply to the master on board at pier no. 1 3, or to Jan SO W. Si S. CRAIG. for JVKW - ORLEANS, fa regular trader) The fine coppered and copper - hstened brig CHARLES, capt. Wibray, now loading and will sail on Sunday next. For freight or passage, having excellent accommodation apply to the captain on board, or to M'CREA A SLIDELL, Jan 20 No. 41 South - st. Pauage for LIVERPOOL. Tho regular trading: coppered shit C. Rilf.lM A.A W. M. Reeves, mas ter, will positively sail on Sunday next, (wind and weather permitting,) and can handsomely accommodate ten passengers. Apply on board, at pier no. 20, east side Burling - slip, or at no. 80 South - street, to Jan 20 5t ROWLAND Si BRAINE. For aF.IAA'An, The regular packet brig ELIZA, Thaver. master, having a large propor tion of her freight engaged, will be dispatched in a lew days. For freight or passage, apply on board at Jones' wharf, pier no. 14, or to HENRY THOMAS, No. 2 Jones lane. Who offert for tale, 118 bales upland cotton 4 bales Sea - Island do 1 case Madras hdkfs 2 do fancy muslins Jan 17 6t For t.iyERPOOL, The ship DRAPER, Wm. Adams, master: she has three fourths of her chrgo ready to go on board aod wilt meet with immediate dispatch For freight of 500 to 1000 bbls Boar or passage, apply to the mastsr on board, east side of Fly - market wharf, or to B. W. ROGERS A CO. Jan 16 235 Pearl - st. HEMP A DUCK' 60 tons St. Petersburgh clean Hemp 80 bolts first quality Russia Duck For sale by JAMES D'WOLF, Junr. jbob s r roni - streei. SHOES U BOOTS I UST received 40 packages ameng which are tf 3 cases Wellington ttoou 2 do Ladies do t do Mockasons 4 do Cork Sole Shoe 4 do Ladies walkiog do 4 do Men's coarse 2 do Bovs Hn 1000 do Kid suitable for the southern or VVVst India market 2500 do women's Leather i uw:, iirujcr Willi a Ladies, Misses and Child Those, together with a general assortment ol ren's ' morocco, black ana coiorea Koanc, are ottered tor sale on real onaoie terms ty THUS. WITT, No. 72 Pearl - strf et. Likewise 10 boxes first quality Cod Fih. Jhu 15 1m E il.WA.VA sUGAK, BRANDT, 40 boxes 1st qual white Havana Sugar iu pies Dorueaux oiamiy , 3 do old t'og.iac do (Martells brand) 12 hhds old Jamaica Runs 50 bags old Java Coffee. For sale by J. J.CODDINGTON, Jan 20 Iw . 204 Froot - street. A L,r.A.urUA rx.uUK. - 4aU barrels ra il perflne Flour, landing from Khr. Jersey inns AiexuMiria, lor saie oy D. BETHUNE & CO. Jan 20 8t Coffee House Slip, DAMASK CLOTHS, NAPKINS, LINENS, Ac. T AC. SUYDAM, No. 61 Maiden - lane, offer MS. for sale a general assortment of Real damask table cloths, some very large, witn elegant large ana small napkins to match Also Diaper and damask table linens, from 5 to 10 - 4 wide. Irish linens, long - lawns, sheetings, Sic. Also for sale by the package, 12 cases 4 - 4 Irish linens, low and fine as sortments 2 do 3 - 4 long lawns 2 do Drogheda sheetings t do 7 - 8 black linen 1 do 5 - 4 strong Irish sheetings Jan 19 tf fT PLAND COTTON M balei orime onland U Cotton, just received per schooner Laora, iron oavannan, and lor sale hy OTIS A! SWAN, Jan 14 157 Pearl street. 25 STRAITS BRANDY. Pipes Cctte Brandv. entitled to deben ture, for sale by CH AS. L. OGDEN, and ABRVI. OGDEN, Jan 17 Washington - street. X CUT MILL SAWS, tic. A SMALL invoice of X cut Mill and Pit Saws, ix u. a. and C a. fir sale by ANDERsON tc SHEARER, 131 Water - street Who have in Store. Hand, ripping and dove tail Saws, brass and ir.n oacKs Cast Stei l Chissel and Gouges tortice and Drawine Knives Paiot Carolina U Virginia llo - s, No. 12 3 4 wroujnt nans, 4d, ei, , tun, iz, az zua Brass and coper wire, of all sizes Ro'led and (sheet Bras, Brass Pans Londoc Pins. Nos. 3 1 - 2. 4, 4 1 - 2, 5 Hardware and Japanned Ware, asso rted fo the counb"v trade - Engraver' Copper, in plate of all size, jan 12 ' ' I.OaF v I.UM." SUGAR, tic. - 12 Hhds and 40 bbl lit and 2d quality loaJl sugar 1 5 bhd and CO bbls 1st 3d" qaaL lamp sugar 20 bbls sugar bouse so. gar 100 large piece refined sugar, and a few bhd sugar house molasses, for sale by JAuKsO WUUL.L.fc.1, Jaa 21 75 WaH - t. TWO case changeable Eynchews, for sale b MARCH St LOW, Jaa 51 210 Broadway. OLD TOBACCO. 30 hhda. old Richmond tobacco, will be landed tomorrow from the schooner Hera, from Richmond. For sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 15 112 Front - street TTOPS. 20 bags of first quality, for sale JLJL by ANJJEKSUN il SHEARER, jan 21 6t at 131 Water - street. II OPS. 2 bales Hops, just received for sale XX by CAMBKELLMG il PEARSON, jan 21 67 South - street C CALCUTTA GOODS 25 balescoPd Cal cutta Goods, consisting of Blue Mamocdies, Sooty Romals Red, blue and white Madrass Pattern Hdkfs Bernagore and Begery Checks 25 bales Beerboom Gurrahs all entitled to debenture. r or sale by I1URD Si SEWALL, Jan 20 65 tiouth - street. :i T.CROIX SUGAR 18 hhds. landing, and lor sole at 5o rine - street, by Jan 15 GEORGE w. TALBOT. Q U1CKS1LVER 20,000 lb. Quicksilver tor saie by N.L.&G GRISWOLD. jan 21 "86 South - street. piUT NAILS c WOOL. 50 casks Cut Nails, rromltnzud 3 bale Wool, for sale by ADAMS ic BLACKWELL, 175 Pearl - strcct Jan 21 lw 1lUSCOVAWO! SUGAR, 161 hhds. Ilava IV U I. u . lit, hiuhutbuu eiKfli, of superior quality, landing from brig Boxer, from Havana, at Jones wnan lor sale Dy uuumiuu u uu. jan 21 44 Sooth street. pi A RPETIN G, Ac 5 bale 4 - 4 Ingrained and v veneuan Vareuig 1 bale Wilton Hearth Rugs and Printed Table Cloths, green and blue 6 do Rose and Tw ill, d Point Blanket Received by the Ann - Maria from Liverpool, and for sale by EDWARD LYDE, Jan 21 tf No. 16 William - street. 200 VIRGINIA FLOUR. Barrels Richmond flour. 200 do Pe tersburg do, for rale by N. LAWRENCE, 27 Old slip, or Jan 21 3t 172 Fulton - st. LXIUA POINP GLY. A CONSTANT supply, old and superior quality, for sale by BARB.4RIN, STANTON Sz CO. Jan 21 lw 17 Fulton - slip rpoUA X ed OH CCO. 20 hhds. toboccn, will be land - tomorrow from the schooner Eliza, from Peterburg For sale by ROBERT GILLESPIE, jan 16 112 Front - btreet. W B& LET, For a term of vears, the house aod grounds occupied by the subscriber, lying be tween the 1st avenue and the east river. For sale or to be let, two 2 story bouses and 4 lots fronting on the third avenue, between 9th and lOlh - strccts ; and a house and barn and 7 lots, fronting on the 2d avenue, between 13th and 14th streets. Also to be let or leased, a three story brick house in Stuyvesant - street. And lor sale, lour very desirable situations for building, containing 4 lots each, fronting on the west side of the 1st avenue, between 19th and 22d - streets. And for sale or to be leased, aeveral lot front ing on the 3d avenue. Apply to P. G. 8TUYVESANT. Jan 21 lw n BE SOLD, At the Tontine Coffee House, on the tyin instant, at 12 o'clock, by order ol the court oi chancery, the house and lot no. xi wall - street together with the store house in the rear. For further particulars, enquire at the office of JAMES A. HAMILTON, No. 3 Law Buildings. Where a map may he seen. Jan 21 Iw MERJM) H OOL, VOTi Ojy YARN, HAT TJVK7S, tie. WANTED, a quantity of merino wool ; also, cotton yarn, particularly low numbers. Proposals will alto be received for making of sat - tinetts. The manufacturer to be supplied with the material?, and the business to be rendered, probably, permanent A contract is alM wanted, for the running of a cotton mill, of from 1 lo 4000 spindles ; the cotton to be supplied, and the yarn to be received at a stipulated price. Apply at 148 Pearl - street, up stairs. oct23 P&H JfEir PUBLICATIONS. JUST received and for sale by E. VALENTINE, 104 Broadway, (third door below Pine - street) Letters from the Cape of Good Hope, in reply to Mr. Warden ; with extracts from the great work now compiling under the inspection of Napoleon. Outline of Die revolution in Spanith America. Memoir of Dr. Bachanan, 1) D. late vice - provost in the college of Fort William in Bengal. Address and sermon by the Rev. James Mil - nor, rector af St. George's. Introductory lecture on natural philosophy, by Benjamin Uewitt, 01. D. Cox's Female Scripture Biography. Character of Shakspeare's plays, by W Hazlitt. Sacramental address and meditations, by the Rev. Henry Krlfrage. minister in t alkirk. Also just published, a print of Mr. Philipps in the character of Capt. Belaare, handsomely co loured and plain. Jan tzi By authority of Vie States of Jfew - Jfttry and New - York. 'TPHE MILFORD & OWEGO ROAD LOT J TERY, fr tat ilitatirig the intercourse between tbe weftern parts of thi - State ol New - York and the City of New - Yo'k, through the state of Pennsylvania an I .ew - Jersey. SCHEME. 1 1 prize ol 70,000 DOLLARS 1 35.000 DOLLARS 2 10.000 DOLLARS . 2 5,010 DOLLARS 10 1,000 DOLLARS 30 500 DO LARS 140 100 DOLLARS 3 - 2UO 30 DOLLARS 3386 Prizes not two Blanks to a Prize 10.000 Tickets Part oi the Prizes will be determined as follow : First 1000 Blanks, Thirty Dollars each. Fint drawn No. lit dav. will be entitled to do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 2d 3d 4th. 5th 6th 7th 8lh 9th 10th Uth 12th 13th 14 th 15th ICth 17th IRth 19th do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 500 1000 500 5000 500 10000 500 1000 5tK) 35000 500 1000 500 70000 500 1000 500 1000 do do do do 20th 500 This Lottery will commence drawing at th city of Jersey, on the first Tuesday in May next. and will lie competed in twenty drawings, i ne prits wi'l he paid at the Union Bank, in the city of New York, sixty days arter the drawing will be Hoisted, suDjeci to a aeuucuon oi i j per cent CHAS KINfEY, D STUART, Commissioners JNO. LINN. Tickets 30 dollars each. Adventurers aod Dealer can be supplied on apphraii'W to ISAAC UOOUkuH, JanXUCOCtl so nu - nren 70 OVARRTMUf. TOTJR experienced Marble Quarrymen are jk. wunieu immediately. Hone need apply but those perfectly acquainted with the bu ness to tucn constant employ and liberal wage will be given. Apply to EZRA LUDLOW, 34 Beaver - street fT TO LET, A email 3 - story fire proof STORE, No 27 Mooretreet, next to the corner South - st Possession given immediately. Apply as a - bove. nov 12 P&Htf ffL FOR SALE, Acisl The valuable property, occupied bv Oie subscribers, No. 215 Pearl - street, long known as one of the best situations in the city for the dry good business, fronting on Pearl - street 30 feet, ana in acpin 1 1 J lect. Also, lot and fire - proof store fronting in Gold. street, immediately in the rear, 24 feet front, and 73 feet deep. Attached to the store is a con venient brick stable. The whole will be sold together or scperately . Considerable part of the purchase money may remain on mortgage, for further particulars, apply on the premises. T. Si J. F. LAWRANCE 5c Co. jan 19 4t J! REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. 4iJ Two 2 - story brick houses and lots, situa ledNo. 37 A 39 Vesey - strect. Also, a house and lot No. II Bowery, near Chatbam - square, 44 feet front by 125 deep. All on accommodating terms. For particular ap ply ai io. aja urcenwicn - t. jan 15 tl IN CHANCERY aitatt of JYriD - York. u. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court will be sold at public auction at the Tontine Coffee House, in the city of New - York, un der tbe direction of .the subscriber, on the 27th day of November inst at ELEVEN O'CLOCK in the forenoon All that certain lot, piece or parcel or ground situate lying ana neing in the fourth ware of the city of New - York, commen ring 40 feet from the southwest corner of new - market - slip (late Catherine - street) and Cherry - street, and running westerly along Cherry - street 40 feet, to ground now or late the property of John iioisman ; thence southerly along (aid ground 120 feet to Water - street ; thence easterly along Water - street 40 feet, to ground now nr late oi uoitus Moore, then northerly a long aid ground 120 feet, to the Diace of begin uing. Also, all that certain other lot, piece or fiarctl ofground, situate, lying and being in the burth ward of the city of New - York, directly in the rear of the above described piece or parcel of ground, and commencing 40 feet irom the southwest corner rf new - market - slip, and Water street, and running westerly along Water - street Af l . 1 r I - I r. t - . . . i u icri, w giuuiiu ii uiiii vueier , inenre southerly along said ground 160 feet to South - street thence easterly along South - street. 40 feel to ground now or late o$ Boltus Moore, thence northerly along said ground 160 feet, to the place of beginning. Together with the hereditament and appurtenance to the same, and every part hiiu iibivci ujercui ueiungiiig or in anywise ap - periaiuiiiK. uaiea iov. 4in, iuk. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery. The above will be sold in seperate lots. The terms of (ale will be liberal and may be kuown by enquiring of tbe Master, No. 41 Pine - street, wnere a map oi me premises can ue seen. nov41awti90)dls The sale of the above property is postponed to the 2!i(h day of Jnnunry next, at the same hour and place, mted rv - v. Z7th, i u 17. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery nov 27 lawtJan20dts K CHANCERY. State of New - York, ss. IN pursuance of an order of this honorable court will he told at public auction at the Ton tine uollee House, in the envoi New - York, un der the direction of the subscriber, on the twenty seventh day ol November instant, at IcLLVKN O'CLOCK in the forenoon, all that certain lot, piece or parcel of ground, situate, lying and being in the fifth ward oftherity of NewYork, fronting on i - aight sl. (fiUUbUN etUAKK,) bounded northerly in the rear by Vestry - stiett, easieriy or me nouse ana lot now (or late; occupied by Mrs. Murray, westerly by a house and lot late of taonard Lisnenard. deceased : con taining in breadth, in front, and rear 31 feetC inches, ana in depth on each side 175 feet. Said premises being held under and bv virtue of a certain demise from the rector and inhabitants of the city of New - York in communion of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the state of New - York, for the term of ninety - nine years from the 2j(Ii day of March. 1805 : subject to I he vearlr rent of X15, and to the provisoes, covenants and agreements contained in said lease : together with the hereditaments and appurtenances to the same neionging or in anywise appertaining LSBICU 11UI. t, low. THOMAS BOLTON, Master in Chancery, The term of sale, which will he liberal, may 1. 1 I ' " . . I T" C a I . . uo Known Dy enquiring ai ine oiuce oi uie master, No. 41 Pine - street no 4 oawtiathiidts The sale of the above property is postponed to the 28th day of January next at the same hour and place. Dated Nov. 27th, 1817. lUUIHAS UULi 1UH, Matter in Chancery. nov 7 tawtJ20dtds CONCERT OF SACRED MUSIC. fflHE public are respectfully informed, that X a Concert of Sacred Music, for the benefit of the New - York Female Union Society for the promotion of Sabbath Schools, and the New York Sunday School Union Society, will be given on the 11th February next, by Messrs. E. W. Morse, H. Sage and S. Earle particulars hereafter. It is believed from the talents and exertions of the gentlemen whose liberality to these important institutions has induced them to offer their gratuitous services, and from the assistancethey have procured, that the concert will be highly worthy the attention of the admirers of Sacred Music and of the friends of Sunday Schools. JS. EASTBURN, ) FRANCIS HALL, Committee of G. P. 8HIPMAN, Arrangements. D. L. DODGE, Jan 20 3t D LYNCH, Junr. having made arrangements . with a respectable house in Madeira, to he supplied with a proportion of the wines of the Parishes of St. Antonio and Cama de Lobos, (universally acknowledged to produce the best Madeira in the Island) ha opened a wine store, at No. 40 William - street, where he will receive orders for this wine, from gentlemen wishing to lay up a tnck for their own use ; aod (by the agreement with the house in Madeira) if the wine, on arrival, be not approved by D. L. Jr. it i not to be sent to tbe parties ordering it. D. L. Jr. has taken great pain to procure from various places in the United State and tbe West Indie, tbe best Madeira, that was to be purchased, in the wood, and old bottled wine, of very tupenor quality, irom private stocas, nnicn he now offer fur sale. He will constantly keep on hand an assortment of the choicest wines and liquors, selected with care by himself, and will sell none which be cannot WARRANT PURE as IMPORTED. Jaa 19 In F:tVELEEN!f BOWER, as arranged and JLlA lung by Jr. PHILIPPS, is now ready for - ale at J. A. & II G F.I ITS fusic Stow, 23 Maiden - lane. Jan 10 tf the writing department of Adclphi School, an elegant pcuman. Apply at No. 12a Chatham - street. Jan 19 tf HOARDING. TWO gentlemen, or a small family, can be fnnrfatprf with Dleasant separate bed rooms, at 177 Peart - street, a lew rods norm oi the Coffee House. Jantl lot' ' os r. lut ereniiic - . at the corner of Llm A 1 ri - nst - ntreet. where I waa thrown out of acbir, a at - 'i WATCH, with the name of. Sm thinsHleoi toe case, yv Bocver win leave ber t the br of the Bank Ceflee - Ilouse, will be handsomely rewarded. , jn 21 2t NOTICE. ' 05 The Co - partnership of VAN SCHAICK Si GIVAN, U thi day dissolved by mutual con sent The business or that c - ncern, will be settled by either of the sub .ribers, at No 163 Pearl - street New. York, January 19, 1818. M. VAN SCHAICK, jan 20 6t JOHN CIVAN. THE FORUM fjTT Will be opened on Friday evening ntxt, the 23d instant, at the assembly - room, City - Ho tel, when th following question will be discussed : " Is it probable that the present pacific state of Europe will be of long continuance ?" The discussion will commence precisely at 7 o'clock. Tickets to be had at D. Longwortit's, Tark, and at the door, at 25 Cents each. A ticket admit a lady and gentleman. The surplus receipts to go lo tbe Female Missionary Society, jan 20 - 4t COTILLION PARTIES. 07" The Managers give notice that the next Cotillion party will be at the City Assembly Room, City Hotel, on the Evening of Thursday, the 22d instant. Jan 19 4t tr MR - KEfcNfc respectiully lugs leave to announce to the Ladies and Gentlemen of New - lorn, that he intends taking a Concert at the City Hotel, on Tuesday the 3d February, in which he will be assisted by several professors and amateurs of the first talents as will be expressed iu futuce advertisements. Jan 19 lw fjy JACOB ISAACS informs his friends and the public generally, that he has commenced the Brokerage tc Exchange Business, in its various branches, in the lower office of Merchant's Hotel, Wall - street. Jan 19 lw (& The creditors of Mrs. SYDMEY HEW - IT f are requested to send in their accounts, regularly proved, at or before 1st day of February next, to Mr. ULAKE, No. 3 Law Buildings, for the purpose of having them settled agreeably to arrangement. AH persons neglecting to prsduce their claims at iu o'ciocK in the forenoon ol that May, will he excium - u. irom a participation oi the luuu which is to be applied lor the settlement of her debts. New - York, Jnnnary 19th, 1818. GEORGE GIBBS,) ;.. JOSHUA SECOR, I AM,6nee. Janl912t His lioual Higlmtst the Prince ReeetU. - " From the number who are coming for ward to join in the address of condolence and re solutions passed on the 1 5th in?t. it is deemed pro per that the parchment for signatures should re main during this week at the consulate olfice, 21 Hroad - ulroct, before it is forwarded,'in order to afford an opportunity to every loyal BritlUi sub ject iu the city ot .New - York to prove his attach ment to tbe royal family and the ISrilish ron. - htu tion by signing the same. Olfice open from 10 until 3. JAS. BUCHANAN, Chairman. Jan 19 lw GLOUE INSURAiNCE COMPANY. ftfy The annual election for Directors will be held ut the oflice of the Company. No. 53 Wall street, on Monday, the second day of February next. The poll to open at ' 12 and close at 2 o'ciocx. ly oroer oi the rrcsiuent, RICHARD DUNN, Jun. Sec'ry. Jn21tFeb2 CINCINNATI. 0" The members of the New - York State Society of the Cincinnati, are requested to wear me usual oadge ol mourning lor thirty days, in testimony of their sincere respect for the memory or the late Colonel BENJAMIN WALKER, who served as an aid - de camp to Maior General Baron de Steuben, and for the last three years of ine nevo ntionary war, as aid to the ever to be lamented Gen. George Washington, with great reputation to himself and withhouor to his coun try, uy order of R. V A RICK, President. D. E. DcsricoMB, Secr'y. Jan2l4t TAKE NO TICE. All persons having dctnnriris against, and those inaentcd to the estate ol William Knger, deceased, are requested to call upoa I IIO.Vl A"? MASTERS, Esquire, No. 92 Wall - street. Da ted Jan. 19, 18111. ANN ROGERS, Executrix. Jan 21 dim VALUABLE RfcAL PROPERTY t OR SALK "! ON TUESDAY, the 27th January inst by Bleecker Si Bibby, at public auction, lu l he l online Police House, at Iz ovincli, ONE LOT OF GROUND, with the BUILDINGS erected theieon, situate No. 32 Pine - street in the oecupntiun of Robert Stuart The lot is 22 feet 3 inches in front, 21 feet 10 1 - 2 inches in the rear, and average length 75 ft - et 9 inches. An indisputable tide will be given to thb pnrcnaser, and possession on the nrsi ol May next. Information as to the property, title, and terms oi sale, may De had by applying to tun - NELIUS BOGERT, No 14 Cedar - street. JAMES BOGERT, i Surviving Exec - and utors of Jaco - JAMES VAN ANTWERP J biiiBogert . Jan 20 6t y a ima ble rea l esia i e kPEa hl r i STREET. V5J The following real estate is offered for sale to close a concern ; it it is not disposed oi by the 24Ui inst. will oe Tuesday, the 27th, be sold at auction, viz : The store at prevent occupied by Peter A Harrison, No. 92 Pearl - street j the Store at pre sent occupied by Ingersoll and Colles, No. 93 Pearl - street , and the new four story fire proof brick store, occupied by Gilbert Asiunwall and Son, No. 96 Pearl - street all of which are fitted complete and in (he best manner for tbe dry - good piece trade. The property offers an' opportunity to those who wish to invest their money to pay a good in teretf, or to those who wi.h a permanent and an excellent stand for business. A large proportion of the purchase money may remain on mortgage. For further particular apply to SHARP ti TUTTLC, No. 98, or to JOHNSON A HAL - STED, No. 100 Pearl - itreet. Jan207t FOH SALE, The two story frame House and Lot of ground No. 73 Broome street, the corner of Klizahftn - streei, witn a siaoie in xiu rear. ALSO, a modern three story brick House and Lot handsomely tituated within the village bf New burgh ; the bouse i large and commodious and well calculated from it retired, healthv and e, exited nitnation fhavinira fine view of the river and the adjacent country) for a family who wish o desirable a situation on the North River. Price low and possession riicn thi tint of May next ALSO for Sale or to Lease, 5 avenue lots, situated on the First Avenue, between North and Fint - atreet. ALSO to Lease for a number of years, 15 building lot fronting on the First Avenue ana First - treet For further particular, apply to . CORNS. DU BOIS, jan 20 lm 36 Front - met t. toH. SALE. i'!!fl nr xrhinn - for lota, or a country sent noaflhi city, an highly improved farm of 140 acres, situate on ine Danas m u cotnhinii.g all the requisite for a genteel country establishment: 10 per cent, of the purchase will be received io an approved endorsed note at 6 months, the residue may remain on mortgage .tr - h nrnnH ai may be desirable to the Durcba - er - Price tow. Apply at 336 Bowery. Jan 17 5t . I TO BE LEASED f.1a (or 21 years, House and Lot No. 83 Front - street, near Old flip. House soil Lot No. S3 Koosevelt - strect, and if new buildings should be erected on the lots, they will be valued ami paid for at the expira tion of th lease, or a new lease riven. AIsa, sevtraJ lots in the Bath, highlh ami Tenth Wards For parti ca! in enquire at No. 30 Cbalban street , Jaa 19 Xw PUBLIC SALES. BY FRANKLIN il MINTURN, Friday, 10 o'clock, at No. 39 Liberty - street, epposila the Dutch church, a variety of household furniture, tbe property cf a family breaking up house keeping, coosistiug of beds, bedsteads, matrasses, blaukets, sheets, table - cloths, curtain, toilet - tables, wash - stands, Inoking - glacse. bureaus. dinin - tables, side board, cliairs, carpets, blinds, glass, earthenware, tc. and a variety of kitchen furniture. On the 26tti instant, At 12 o'clock ut the T C. House, 16 years unexpired lease from the 1st May next oi' the 2 story frame house and lot of ground No. 1 Allen - street, Iath4:h street, the house is 20 feet front utid 26 feet ip debth, con - , tuinintr 5 rooms , the lot is 23 by 87 feet in depth, and rent for 225 dols. per annum. 1 here is also on the rear of the lot a new 2 story building, about 13 by 26 feel deep, suita ble tor a work shop or stable, for particu lars apply to Abraham Hart, No. 84 Division street, or at the auction store. On the 2rth instant. At 12 o'clock at the T. C. House, The house aniNot of ground omer of Pump Si Oi - chard - st; the lot is 50 feet on Oi chard nd 44 feet t9ine inches, more or less, on Pumn - Ht. Any person dipo;ed to purchase at priva'e sale previous to the time above men tioned may apply on tbe premises or at the auction store. Also, the vacant lot of ground in Water - st. between Burling - slip and Fulton - st j the lot is about 37 feet 4 nxlies front and about 82 feet deep. At the same time, 12 vacant lots of ground near Corlear Iloo. the west side of ."Valnut - st. situated as follows, viz. 3 iota on Water - it 6 lot on Front - st. and 3 lot on &tuh - st at present occupied by Tho C'heesman as a ship yard. 'M tp of the properly may be seen at the auction siore - terms at sale, which will be liberal. , Wedntiiay, Jan. 23. At XII o'clock, at the T. C. H. The two houses and lots of ground, Nos. 78 and 130 Rivington - strert ; tho lots each 25 feet front and 75 deep ; the house two - story, with good front collar?, cellar kiUhcns, be. 2 looms on tbe first floor with pantries between and wide. Hairy halls, 1 room on the second with 2 pantries and a good garret each house liar un alley through the yard, where there is grass plants, ristrrnu, &c. &c. Also, that valuable lot of ground bekinding to the estate of Uarmnn Jnhnion, di e. heing No. 3 i Roosevelt - street, 2a leet front and rear, and 100 eet deep on each side. The buildings on it rent fir upwards oi $400 tier aunuin. The title is iiiilipninrile, being duivcd from Leonard Lu - penaul lo James Myers, 1785, and conveyed by him to II. Johnson in 1793 Sold by order of H. J ;.hn n's eiecutrix. Terms at the. day of sale. I lie tiii'c may be known by applying to J. Nib hie 38 Broad - s'n et." LEAH COKWIN, Executrix ofll. Johnson. Friday, 30th inst - " i 12 o'clock. T. '. II - the house and lot No. 52 Mnidi n - lane ; a well known and Ions established tand for busineis, belonging to the estate of the lute Kohi rt C'uitis, being to settle the estate with the heir. The sale will be peremptory. Terms, Ac miiy be known by applying a above and at the time of sale. . At the same time, the lot of grooud No. 559 Pearl - street, tbe 4th lot above the Scotch Pus - bylerian Church, uear Broadway, being 25 feet iu front and rear and 100 leet deep. BY HONES & TOWN. Saturday, 31st of January, at 12 o'clock at the Tontine Coffee Hnuse. SHERIFF'S SALE. BY virtue of a writ ol fieri facias to me directed and delivered, I will f xpote io sale at the Ton ine Coffee House, on Sumrday, the 3I' day of January next, at 12 o'clock at noon, all the right, title and interest of John Kane, of, in and to all (hat certain LOT, piece or pa reel ol LA D wild the building thereon erec ted, situate, lying and being in th - see end ward, in the city of News' ork, now in the on upali - n of the said John Kane, bounded a foU ws, vis. iu trout en Pearl - street twenty fire feet, on the northeMierly side hy the houe or lot now or lately owned by Isaac Burr, and now occupied by Stephen Gorham, two hundred feet, on the southwesterly si'le by the heme and lot of ground now occupied by James Amnry two hundred feet, and oi. the rear hy Cliff street twenty - five leet, he the same mora or less ; together with ail and singular the appurtenance thereunto belonging or in anywise ap pertaining. Uated, lew lorn, uecenstier is, IB17. JAMES L. BrXL, Sheriff. decl9tds The above premises consist oft 3 - story brick dwelling house, with s brick back building ad joining and communicating therewith, 21 - 2 stories high, and built in tne modern iyie iuu whole extending ninety tnree leet uonj ironi i rear, and containing 6 room with fire places, 3 other rooms without, and garret room for servants, a large store wilh a sDacious cellar under neath, both completely shelved, and well adapted for an extensive dry Rood business 'Ihe : : i KllCllcn ai'm - ll'li mm lira, it au cm - ciiKuw wine and cider vault with a very convenient cool larder l both buildings have slated roots in excellent condition. In the yard is a well of fine water, and also a very capacious stone cistern, with other conveniences too aumerou for an ad vertisement. In the rear of this lot and fronting on Cliff - sL is a new 3 story brick store, built a a dwelling houie, with high ceiling and two stack of chimney i can be finished at a small expense, suits - ble lor a genteel lumuy ni uw ureei ly been widened, the situatioa has become a very pleasant and a very eligible one. " The lots are sufficiently deep to be divided into two separate tenements. ' N. B The premises msy be viewed every day from 12 till 2 o'clock P. M. It i believed a large proportion of the money may remain on mortgage a number of year. Aew - sorK, Jan. I, leio. " Bf J. P. DlrTERlCa & CO. This Evening, AS OV VIJlllt UJ I u en, mi - ' a valuable collection of Books and stationary. To - morrow. . At 10 o'clock at tbe Lndies auction, a general assortment . f dry goods and fancy article. 1 elegant ratent hanging lamp, suitable for all "S Ktm6mile. from the City Hall, on the Ruari. a very handsome country - seat wilh very convenient houe and out buildings, commanding a fine view of the north river ."..U i irhanrcd for merchandise s term ac commodating. For particular apply at tbe auction room. BY P. L. MILLS &, CO - Thursday, 29th inst 12 o'clock st T C.H. The 4 story fire proof store, corner" of Sloat. lane in the rear of No 197 Pearl - st. The cel lar is of the wliole size of the house, and perfectly dry st all times tli e garret is very roomy and will contain storage st a considerable amount Its timbers of oak, the roof slate, and every other material of the best kind it - .. . - i a X has strong partition wall, ana msy ni ucu for two store with a very trifling expence. Phis phce was built by the 1st Mr. Cover - neur, na is in every repcci as Eumunmi tore as any in thi city It immediate vicinity ti. the centre of business, renders ii pecu liarly convenient lo any wno require extensive and safe ware - bouie, connected with their counting - room. ' ' i - v - Mrl.L.VF. it r - lTCAll'HLY, Stone Cutters, corner! Harrison ti. West street. Jan il 3t MECHANICS BAMS. Cir The stockholders are lutormed that Dmbend o four and nnd anah pt' if1 paid . ii ti firl day ol'l enreai fcy order of the Preside"' a. J r JanSl la W. FISH, Cabie.

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